Archive - Mar 10, 2017 - News

Business Council Recommends Grant Approval for Sheridan

The Wyoming Business Council has recommended full funding for a $44,000 grant to the city of Sheridan that would conduct a study of renewable energy.

China-Ready Workshop Has Final Wyoming Stop in Sheridan

On Friday, the team from China Luxury Advisors had their last in a series of stops in Wyoming at the Best Western Sheridan Center.

Sheridan PD Remodel Update

Photo Credit: Ron Richter

The Sheridan Police Department has undergone quite the overhaul over the past several months. According to Chief Rich Adriaens, they now have a completion date for the project.

Save the Date for Ignite Your Business Conference

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host the 3rd Annual Ignite Your Business Conference on Tuesday, May 23rd. According to Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson, they should have a schedule done soon.

Sheridan to Launch Smartphone App Soon

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The City of Sheridan will soon make available to the public a smartphone application that will allow residents to instantly file a report on a number of different public works issues.

Camp Story Approved for Expansion

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The Presbytery of Wyoming was approved a conditional use permit by the Sheridan County Commissioners allowing for expansion and upgrade of facilities at Camp Story, which lies at the end of Presbyterian Road in Sheridan County.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

RIVERTON KILLING

RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Prosecutors have filed a first-degree murder charge against a Riverton man accused of killing his former roommate with a claw hammer during an argument.

School District 1 to Meet Twice

Sheridan County School District 1, which owns the schools in Big Horn, Dayton and Ranchester, will meet twice on March 21.

Commissioners Holding Opinions On Legislative Session

Bill Novotny

Johnson County's Commissioners are waiting to assess this year's Legislative session and all that may affect county government until bills before Governor Matt Mead are considered and either signed or vetoed.

Buffalo Mayor Honors Local High School Student

Sadie Gruntmeir

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson made a proclamation at the city council's Tuesday meeting, commending Buffalo High School senior Sadie Gruntmeir for her selfless work in the community as a volunteer.